When China’s “Tesla-killer” NIO launched its first electric SUV in 2017, it had a plan to quell to the fear of owning an electric vehicle with mobile service and “Power Swap” charging stations.
Sometimes, vehicle safety features need not to be complex. Take for example, the Ford High-definition Screen Rear View Mirror. It is just about as simple as it is effective as it gets and that is helping the driver of commercial vehicles like Transit and Transit Custom vans to spot cyclists, pedestrians and other vehicles being …
This is the MG Cyberster, a decidedly exotic ride developed by MG Advanced Design Centre in London that draws on the brand’s tradition of designing roadster.
If you haven’t already heard, Mitsubishi Motors UK is ending U.K. car sales this autumn. I know right. I was just as shocked. It is hard imagine the once prominent automaker that was the shiny star in rally races had to downsize its production.
If you take a closer look at the electric vehicle market, they are mostly mid-size sedans and SUVs. Never large size sedan – much less large size, mainstream luxury sedan. Well that changes recently when Mercedes-Benz EQ, the BEV arm of German luxury car maker Mercedes-Benz, introduced the 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS.
That’s right. Hyundai just took the wrap off its first pickup truck which it says is NOT a SUV nor a truck, but an entirely new category which it called Sport Adventure Vehicle (SAV?).
Minivan aka MPV (multi-purpose vehicle) is usually anything but edgy. It is a type of car that synonymous with dropping kids at soccer practice. But not with the new Hyundai STARIA.
At this point, it felt like Nissan is depending on the GT-R to rein the money. Why else would it have yet another GT-R NISMO Special Edition? The Japanese automaker has previewed a new Nissan GT-R NISMO Special Edition in Yokohama, Japan, earlier today.
It will be a long while before Tesla Cybertruck make it to the roads, but already, one company is ready to sell you a pop-up camper accessory. Coming from CyberLandr is the CyberLandr Pop-up Camper that is designed to fit right onto the bed of the Cybertruck.
Self-driving car are the buzzwords in recent years, but do you know, a South Korea professor had developed self-driving technologies in 1990s, long before South Korean automakers knew how to make good cars (I had a Hyundai Accent in the 90s, btw, and it was… ugh).